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Foreign Tourists Attacked In Western Afghanistan: Officials
Militants attacked foreign tourists escorted by an Afghan army convoy in the western province of Herat on Thursday.

Militants attacked foreign tourists escorted by an Afghan army convoy in the western province of Herat on Thursday, officials said, with a military spokesman saying at least six people were wounded.

“The convoy was ambushed by the Taliban in Chesht-e-Sharif district. The tourists were on their way to Herat from Bamiyan and Ghor provinces,” Jilani Farhad, the spokesman for Herat’s governor.